Tell Your Representative to Join the Public Housing Caucus

The Congressional Public Housing Caucus was formed last year by Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) and Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Ohio) to focus Congressional attention on public housing.

Congressional caucuses are groups of members of Congress who meet to pursue specific goals, usually educating their colleagues on a specific issue. These groups are formed officially in the House of Representatives and unofficially in the Senate. The Public Housing Caucus provides an incredibly important forum for members of Congress to meet and discuss ideas related to public housing outside of the normal hearing or legislative process.

Help Rep. Cleaver and Rep. Stivers continue the conversation on public housing in the 116th Congress by asking your members to join the Congressional Public Housing Caucus. After you send your letters, next week call your legislators' offices to confirm they've joined. To reach their office, call the Capitol switchboard to request to be put through to your members' office- (202) 224-3121.

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